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Batman R.I.P. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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** Batman R.I.P. **

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"The Black Glove" redirects here. For the 1954 British film, see Face the
Music (film).

"Batman R.I.P."

Cover of /Batman/ #676, the first issue of the arc.
Art by Alex Ross.
Publisher DC Comics
Publication date May â€“ November 2008
Genre · Superhero


*Title(s)*
· /Batman/ #676-681
· /Detective Comics/ #846-850
· /Nightwing/ vol. 2, #147-150
· /Batman and the Outsiders/ #11-13
· /Robin/ vol. 2, #175-176

Main character(s) · Batman
· Dr. Hurt
· The Black Glove
· The Joker
· Club of Villains

Creative team
Writer(s) Grant Morrison
Artist(s) Tony Daniel
Collected editions
/Hardcover/ ISBN 1-4012-2090-8

/*Batman R.I.P.*/ is a comic book story arc published in /Batman/ #676-681
by DC Comics. Written by Grant Morrison, penciled by Tony Daniel, and with
covers by Alex Ross, the story pits the superhero Batman against the Black
Glove organization as they attempt to destroy everything for which he
stands. It has a number of tie-ins in other DC Comics titles describing
events not told in the main story.

*Contents*

· 1 Outline

· 1.1 The Batman of Zur-en-arrh
· 1.2 The Black Glove is taking hold

· 2 Related titles
· 3 Aftermath
· 4 Publication

· 4.1 Main storyline
· 4.2 Tie-ins
· 4.3 References to earlier comics

· 5 Promotion
· 6 Critical reception
· 7 Other media
· 8 References
· 9 External links

*Outline[edit]*

Discussing the genesis of the storyline and its linkage to the rest of his
run, Morrison notes that:

{{
I can tell you this much – this is the first story I had planned when
Peter Tomasi, the


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batman_R.I.P.

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